Friday, 27 March 2009

Principal agreement with Keirrison

Catalan sports paper Sport claims that Barcelona has reached a principal agreement on the transfer of Palmeiras forward Keirrison (20) (read more here).

Barcelona sports director Txiki Begiristain, who was in Brazil this week, would have closed the deal during his trip. Begiristain and Barcelona scout Pepe Costa watched Keirrison last Tuesday during a Brazilian league game (read more here).

The transfer fee for Keirrison, who is also followed by Liverpool, Real Madrid and Valencia, would be 15 million euro°, although Barcelona wants to lower the fee and include some incentives. It has been agreed that the negotiations will be reopened at the end of the season.

Catalan sports paper El Mundo Deportivo claims that the player's agency Traffic owns eighty per cent of Keirrison's transfer rights, while the other twenty per cent belong to Palmeiras.

Read more:
Keirrison dreams of Barcelona move
Barcelona plans at least four summer transfers (2)
Possible deal on Brazilian striker Keirrison

Watch this video of Keirrison:

12 comments:

pep said...

15 million euro =

20 million us dollar
14 million british pound

LéonDrágon said...

...wow...impressive video...

Anonymous said...

I would love to have him but If we got him, what would we do with Bojan? Wasted talent. We cant have both because neither will accept a bench role.

Anonymous said...

did any1 notice that everyone of his penalty shot went to the same side? the keepers right, yet they all went in =)

Anonymous said...

young , very good dribbling and agreat goal scorer .
GREAT , JUST WHAT WE NEED TO KILL BOJAN'S CAREER AT BARCELONA.
everytime we're linked to a 20 year old striker(benzima , aguero , k9 ) i get the feeling that the board wan't to screw bojan's career.

Meursault said...

I think we probably need another "real" striker for our forward line across three competitions. Eto'o has the African Nations' Cup next year, Henry is not getting any younger and Iniesta should stay in midfield as Xavi gets older (and Keita and Toure go to Africa). Messi is not really a striker as such either, so all we really have as strikers is Eto'o and Bojan (though I think Bojan is probably more flexible than he is given credit for, can be tried on the left or right sometimes). If we buy this guy and say, Villa or Aguero, that would be bad for Bojan's career, but I don't see that happening.

Erikoisasiantuntija said...

Ok .I have to say that this has gotta be the most Unimpressive video about a forward I have ever seen!!!! All the goals are penalties, or defensive/goalie errors, or they are from amazing passes. K9 doesn`t do it for me.

blaugranafan said...

Blame the video for your dissatisfaction, Eriko. Not K9.

E said...

Lets buy him, and loan him for 2/3 years to Ajax or PSV

tero said...

I would prefer to give Bojan a chance.Amazing talents both but Bojan is always Bojan

LéonDrágon said...

...eriko...are you sure you realized that this blog is about soccer?...maybe you got the wrong sport...what a foolish talk...only a fool is unable to see more than just penalties or errors...but no motivation and time to tell you or teach you...can't make a horse of a donkey...change the game...

Erikoisasiantuntija said...

Thanks for your comments blaugranafan and Leondragon. What I ment with "The most Unimpressive video..." was that the video was awful. (I AM blaming my dissatisfaction towards the video.) This was a reply to leondragon comment "wow...impressive video".
I haven`t seen K9 play that much ( a game or 2) so I dont really know wether he is good or not.

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